One name mentioned by virtually everyone the Daily Journal spoke to was Keker & Van Nest. Lawyers at some of the best firms in California said they model themselves after the litigation powerhouse.
Restaurant delivery app Caviar Inc. won't have to defend its use of independent contractors in court, a federal judge ruled Monday, steering claims against the company into arbitration.
The National Law Journal profiled John Keker's recent win for the San Diego County Water Authority.
John Keker, Dan Purcell and their team secured another victory for the San Diego County Water Authority.
Robert Van Nest and his team score an important victory in the ITC, winning on all three patents.
Mr. Celio explains why the ruling is both surprising and disappointing.
John Keker, Adam Lauridsen and Tom Gorman score a win for Major League Baseball.
Ms. Meny handles ground-breaking litigation for Lyft, Inc., Netflix, Google and Instacart.
This is Judge Alsup's second time hearing the Oracle-Google case, after overturning the jury's verdict and determining that Oracle's Java programming interfaces could not be copyrighted.
Ms. Anderson handles complex and high-stakes business litigation for Google, SanDisk, Broadcom, Intel, and other top corporations.
Keker & Van Nest's sterling work on a slew of legal issues facing undocumented immigrants and major win to halt preemptive environmental litigation by Shell Gulf Oil of Mexico Inc., secured its place among Law360's Pro Bono Firms of 2015.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Travis Hall, a Black 23-year-old San Francisco graphic designer and a recent Fordham University graduate, who was unlawfully detained, beaten and arrested by SFPD officers.
John Keker and Adam Lauridsen protect Major League Baseball from a putative class action.